"Seven Day Life" as written by Paul Wayne Burnette, John Henry, Kristopher Norris, Ryan Littlefield Parrish and Michael Schleibaum....
You think it's easy to live the silent lie
But your second face is peeling
Every word spoken every blink of the eye
Deceit makes itself revealing
Sickening how easy trust can be offset
Blatant truth will burn right through your ??
I hope this happens to you
And I hope your soul's splitting in two
And you can look me in the eyes
Your stagnant poise generates a blame
Filtered through the heart that's dying
Self absorbed soon enough you'll be rung on
And in this pretentiousness attitude drown
The twisted truth is inhaled by all
But its purest form is thriving
This will happen to you
Someone you trust will be untrue
Rot on the inside
This will happen to you
And you'll feel the ache of being used

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    General Commentthis is a great song...i think its meaning that people can seen through lies in the end "but your second face is peeling" "Blatant truth will burn right through" and you will feel the pain for what you have done. i think it could also be a song written after a break up of some sort because he saya at the end "And you'll feel the ache of being used"that could have something to do with a relationship...
    darkkidon August 14, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about being deceived and wanting the deceiver to get what's coming to them. What I'd really like to know is what the "Blatant truth will burn right through..." line ends with. Even inside the album cover it just cuts off for no good reason. It's been bothering me for years.
    MyDearWatson616on July 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think he says head or heart
    lelleon October 17, 2009   Link

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